Apartment 8F in the new condo being built at 130 William Street in the Financial District is listed as a 1,408-square-feet 2 bed, 2.5 bath unit with an asking price of $1,985,900. The monthly common charges for apartment 8F, however, are staggeringly low at only $934, or $0.66-per-square-foot.
Somewhere deep inside the Manhattan anchorage of the Brooklyn Bridge in FiDi, there is a hidden room that was once a Cold War-era fallout shelter.
“One of the oddities discovered at 211 Pearl Street was an arrangement of brick pyramids, ten feet high.”
The only remnants of what was once one of Manhattan’s most colossal and impressive buildings.
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Take a walk around the nearly complete, SHoP-designed Pier 17 complex and you may notice something odd – a “cut-out” in the middle of the eastern end of the pier deck measuring 38 feet x 60 feet.
The story of how the National Enquirer struck a deal to obtain the world’s richest man’s texts and photos detailing his affair with Lauren Sanchez culminated in a very public blowup at a FiDi restaurant.
FiDi condos 20 Pine, 15 Broad, 15 William, and 150 Nassau can lay claim to having some of the lowest common charges per square foot of any Manhattan condo building.
Some of New York City’s best-selling condo buildings of all time by total sales volume include new developments and conversions in the Financial District.
China Chalet, by day a dragon-and-neon restaurant and banquet hall at 47 Broadway in Downtown’s Financial District, has long been a favorite hideaway for the fashion and art crowd.
The redevelopment of the Battery Maritime Building at 10 South Street into a luxury hotel and high-end rooftop restaurant with a restored Great Hall event space now appears on track following years of development hell.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will open its first Manhattan location at 28 Liberty Street’s MarketPlace 28 in the Financial District during the third quarter of 2019.
The current Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza and Trinity Plaza will be combined by closing the short one-way lane between them to create a larger, 20,000-square-foot park.
Nathan Berman’s Metro Loft, the developer behind numerous FiDi conversions and 443 Greenwich in TriBeCa, recently got a bit of free publicity for its new rental building at 20 Broad Street courtesy of The New York Times.
Development firm LCOR’s planned condo conversion of its rental building at 25 Broad Street is reportedly still on and units will start to be offered for sale towards the end of March.
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Over the past 18 years, the Financial District has undergone a seminal shift, with more than triple the number of residents and a massive residential construction blitz that’s still in full swing.
New York YIMBY’s prescient call comes true.